4 Tech Stock Stories For a Monday Download

Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC): Current price $22.88

Notebook vendor sources say that Intel is starting to promote Android tablet-convertible notebooks, while the China-based vendor Lenovo will introduce initial models in May. The sources also say that Hewlett-Packard, Toshiba, Acer and Asustek Computer will debut models in the third quarter, adding that Lenovo’s Android-based Yoga notebook, scheduled for May, should feature an 11-inch display. Intel calculates that the best price of Android-based notebooks is about $500, and that the devices will also need to feature detachable keyboard designs to permit transformation into a tablet, according to the sources.

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Yahoo! (NASDAQ:YHOO): Current price $23.91

Starting the week of June 3rd, older versions of Yahoo! Mail — including Yahoo! Mail Classic — will no longer be available, according to the firm. Persons using the older versions of Yahoo! Mail can transfer to the new version, which the company promises will be fast and easier-to-use. Yahoo! also says that if a user is on dial-up or an older browser, he or she will be moved to an HTML only / basic version of the new Yahoo! Mail.

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Baidu (NASDAQ:BIDU): Current price $85.93

The Chinese search engine Baidu has now introduced its antivirus PC software in China, marking a major challenge to its arch-competitor Qihoo (NYSE:QIHU), which moved into the search engine market in that country last summer, but is probably best known for its antivirus software. The Baidu Antivirus application is co-produced with the security experts Kapersky. It is currently unclear if it is basically the same as the earlier Windows application that was marketed as “Baidu PC Faster”.

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Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE:AMD): Current price $2.48

On Monday, the firm announced that Raja Koduri has rejoined AMD as corporate vice president, Visual Computing, and will reporting to Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer Mark Papermaster. In his new capacity, Koduri will have overall responsibility for moving the company’s innovation in visual and accelerated computing.

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